kraits

Is that Snake in Your House Dangerous? (PDF, EBook)

Is that snake in your house dangerous book to help people identify dangerous southeast asia snakes.

IDENTIFY DEADLY THAILAND SNAKES IN UNDER 5 MINUTES If you are a homeowner, renter, or frequent visitor to Thailand – you will love having this book available WHEN YOU NEED IT. Includes EVERYTHING You Need: 113 Full-Color Pages on PDF Phone – Tablet – Computer Ready 35 Deadly Thailand Snakes Fact-sheets Essential First-Aid Info for first 10-minutes after bite Specific Antivenom Type and Locations Snakebite Wrapping Instructions Very affordable today… Sample Pages: Don’t get bitten first and then...

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Red Headed Krait – Bungarus flaviceps – Deadly

Bungarus flaviceps, the red-headed krait is a beautiful and very deadly snake from Southern Thailand.

[Last update: 28 November 2019] Red Headed Krait (Bungarus flaviceps) Thais say: Ngoo sam lee-um hoo-uh si dang Length: These kraits grow to about 2 meters long, though most adults found are shorter. Appearance: Somewhat pronounced vertebral ridge, which differentiates from the Malayan Blue Coral Snake (Calliophis bivurgata). Body is black or dark grey, the head and tail are bright red or orange. The tail on the venter is also the same color. The rest of the...

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Thailand Snake Journal – Malayan Krait – Bungarus candidus

Finally caught one of these buggers. They are rather rare in southern Thailand, but tonight I was able to bag one and will take some images and videos in the morning. These snakes have a very high morbidity rate for victims bitten, and though I used a lot of care when catching and bagging it – still I was quite nervous handling this snake. It was nightfall and I couldn’t get a great grip on him with...

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Thailand Snake Journal – Kraits

Got  a call from my favorite Thai friend this morning… Friend: Vern? Me: How’s it going man? Friend: Good. I have 3 kraits. Me: SCORE! What time can I come to see them? Friend: 3pm is good Me: Excellent – see you then, thanks man. This guy is well-connected in the Thailand snake world. I guess with all the rain, and probably some night herping – these guys were able to find three kraits. I’ll find out...

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